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Landslides damages a house, 10 more at risk

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Baitedi,July 5 : Landslides have been reported in various parts of the district, since the onset of monsoon. On Saturday night, the house of Mangal

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Woman swept away by river

Baitedi, July 5 : A woman has died after being swept away by the Jamadi river in Puchaurdi municipality. The woman of around 35 years of age is yet to

Public holiday on the occasion of Byas Jayanti

Damauli, July 5 : The Byas municipality has announced a public holiday today on the occasion of Byas Jayanti or Guru Poornima. The decision was taken by the 32nd assembly

Minor drowns in pond

Rajbiraj, July 4 : A minor has drowned while bathing at a pond in Farseth of Rajbiraj municipality on Friday. Nanda Kishore Shah,11, the son of Rajendra Shah in ward

People in quarantine on the decline

Janakpurdham, July 4 : The number of people staying in quarantine centres has been decreasing. As of last Thursday, the number of people quarantined in the eight districts of the

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COVID-19 : 80 per cent infected of Karnali recover

Surkhet, July 4 : The number of people recovering from Corona Virus in Karnali has surpassed the number of infected. On Friday alone, 51 infected including two women returned home

Man gets citizenship certificate at 93 years

Bhojpur, July 2: A man has been issued with his citizenship certificate at 93 years of age. The District Administration Office Bhojpur issued the citizenship certificate to Lata Sarki of

COVID-19: 473 new cases, tally climbs to 14,519

Kathmandu, July 2 : Thursday saw the confirmation of 473 new cases of Corona Virus in the country. In the last 24 hrs, 364 men and 109 women tested positive

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President Bhandari prorogues current sessions of federal parliament

Kathmandu, July 2 : President Bidya Devi Bhandari prorogued the ongoing budget session of the federal parliament with effective from 5 pm today. It was carried out on the recommendation

Ending parliament session unfortunate: NC

Kathmandu, July 2 : The main opposition Nepali Congress has said that the sudden ending of the ongoing session of the federal parliament was unfortunate, as many important bills including